Four Arthur Miller plays to hit London stages in 2019

Arthur Miller London 2019

Paul T Davies looks the four Arthur Miller plays which are being staged around London in 2019 There is so much theatre I’m looking forward to this year, regionally, in London and on the Fringe. It’s always difficult to pick out the potential hits of the year, but two well established names will dominate much review coverage in London. One is Pinter, with the Pinter at the Pinter season now crossing the half way mark and continuing with Pinter 5.6 and 7, with the much anticipated Martin Freeman/Danny Dyer pairing in The Dumb Waiter, and Tom Hiddlestone afterwards in Betrayal. But it’s Arthur Miller that will enjoy an almost festival like staging of his greatest plays, and they all offer superb acting, directors and staging. THE AMERICAN CLOCK – OLD VIC THEATRE The Old Vic gets this informal season off with a staging of Miller’s epic play about the stock … Read more

Cast announced for Arthur Miller’s All My Sons at Nottingham Playhouse

Arthur Miller All My Sons at Nottingham Playhouse

Nottingham Playhouse has announced the cast for their upcoming production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons which will be directed by Fiona Buffini. All My Sons is a gripping and powerful family drama written by one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th Century, Pulitzer Prize-winner Arthur Miller whose other works include Death Of A Salesman, The Crucible and A View from the Bridge. Joe Keller (Sean Chapman – Richard II, Henry IV Pt 1 and 2, Henry V – RSC) is a successful businessman who lives with his wife Kate – (Caroline Loncq – Home Truths – Cardboard Citizens) and son Chris (Cary Crankson – Dial M for Murder – Frinton Summer Theatre) in 1950s suburban America. Their only sadness, it seems, is the loss of their other son Larry, who went missing in World War II. After three years, Kate still clings to the hope that her son … Read more

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